For a $95 three-course prix-fixe, guests will get to try classic historical favourites from the French restaurant on Park Avenue South, including French onion soup, steak frites au poivre, or a classic Provençal entrée for vegetarians and dessert.
“Over the years, LesHalles became something of a NY institution – as did Tony,” said Roadrunner director, Morgan Neville, in Time Out. “They are both now gone, but for these few brief days his restaurant will reopen and we can come together [and] eat like it’s 1999. Steak frites like Tony used to make them.”
Tickets go on sale on 22 June for American Express Card members and 24 June for the general public atResy.com/Roadrunner.
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